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Tigers, Lady Tigers ranked in latest DII basketball polls

Published On: Feb 04 2014 04:00:53 PM CST
Updated On: Feb 04 2014 04:21:20 PM CST
HAYS, Kansas -

An upset over the number 3 ranked women's basketball team in Division II has helped vault the Fort Hays State women back into the Top 25.

The Tiger women reentered the poll this week at Number 25.

The FHSU men moved up one more spot in the polls as well to number 23. The Tigers have won  10straight games.

WBCA Top 25

Rk

Institution - First Place Votes

Previous

Record

Points

1

Bentley University (30)

1

20-0

798

2

Colorado Mesa (2)

2

19-0

763

3

Gannon University

4

20-1

712

4

Nova Southeastern

5

17-1

697

5

West Texas A&M

6

17-1

671

6

Harding University

8

19-1

618

7

Emporia State

3

19-2

589

8

Wayne State College

9

21-2

523

9

Drury University

7

17-2

515

10

Glenville State College

10

18-2

490

11

Quincy University

15

17-2

451

12

Delta State University

11

16-2

441

13

Central Missouri

12

16-3

416

14

Virginia State University

14

17-1

400

15

Rollins College

13

18-3

371

T16

Cal State Polytechnic - Pomona

17

15-3

265

T16

Lewis University

20

16-3

265

18

Wayne State University

18

17-2

254

19

University of Indianapolis

16

18-4

170

20

North Georgia

21

15-3

163

21

Tarleton State

19

15-4

162

22

Northern State University

23

17-3

146

23

Minnesota State - Mankato

24

15-5

76

24

Wingate

NR

15-3

60

25

Fort Hays State

NR

15-4

56

 
Dropped Out: Edinboro University (Pa.) 47; Adelphi University (N.Y.) 9.
 
Others Receiving Votes: Edinboro University (Pa.) 47; Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania 45; University of District of Columbia (DC) 37; Lenoir-Rhyne University (N.C.) 27; Montana State University - Billings 26; California State University - Dominguez Hills 16; Concordia University (Minn.) 12; Northwest Nazarene University (Idaho) 12; Seattle Pacific University (Wash.) 12; Clayton State University (Ga.) 10; Adelphi University (N.Y.) 9; Pittsburg State University (Kan.) 8; Indiana University of Pennsylvania 6; Texas A&M International University 6; Western Washington University 6; Michigan Technological University 5; Missouri Southern State University 5; Saint Edwards University (Texas) 4; Saint Mary's University (Texas) 4; University of Tampa (Fla.) 4; Georgia College 3; Minot State University (N.D.) 3; Stonehill College (Mass.) 3; Academy of Art University (Calif.) 2; Young Harris College (Ga.) 2; Belmont Abbey College (N.C.) 1; Lee University (Tenn.) 1; Philadelphia University (Pa.) 1; Saint Leo University (Fla.) 1; Simon Fraser University (BC) 1; University of Alaska - Anchorage 1.

NABC Men's Top 25

 TeamRecordPointsPvs
1. Metropolitan State, Colo. (8 first place votes)18-13883
2. Tarleton State, Texas (6 first place votes)18-03854
3. East Stroudsburg, Pa. (1 first place vote)20-03616
4. Drury, Mo. (1 first place vote)18-13565
5. West Liberty, W.Va.17-13231
6. Florida Southern19-13202
7. Lincoln Memorial, Tenn.17-12938
8. Indianapolis, Ind.17-228310
9. Indiana, Pa.18-225311
10. Montevallo, Ala.16-222512
11. Colorado School of Mines17-222113
12. Cal State-San Bernardino16-22207
13. California Baptist18-121814
14. Delta State, Miss.17-219015
15. Southern Indiana16-316816
16. Southern Connecticut State18-214319
17. South Carolina Aiken18-31359
18. Cal Poly Pomona15-311723
19. Seattle Pacific, Wash.18-492T20
20. Wisconsin-Parkside17-38718
21. Minnesota State19-48522
22. Lewis, Ill.16-38417
23. Fort Hays State, Kan.18-35324
24. GRU Augusta, Ga.17-343NR
25. Lake Superior State, Mich.19-339NR


Others receiving votes: Bellarmine (Ky.) 36, Franklin Pierce (N.H.) 16, Walsh (Ohio) 13, Chico State (Calif.) 10, Northwest Missouri State 10, Western Washington 8, Findlay (Ohio) 6, Missouri Southern 6, Dixie State (Utah) 5, Winona State (Minn.) 3, Texas A&M International 2, Barry (Fla.) 1, Dowling (N.Y.) 1.
Records are through games of Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014.

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